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Founders of Panama Law Firm Mossack Fonseca arrested

Police in Panama arrested the founders of Mossack Fonseca, the law firm at the center of the Panama Papers scandal, on money laundering charges after authorities raided the firm’s ... Read More

Court in Cyprus has upheld a decision against Facebook

A court in Paphos, Cyprus, the Paphos District Court has upheld a ground-breaking decision against Facebook in relation of a civil suit for defamation of character. This decision is ... Read More

$50bn Russian oil lawsuit set for next stage; Yukos

Russian businessmen trying to overturn a decision to deny them a record $50bn arbitration award following the collapse of oil company Yukos will file their grounds of appeal next ... Read More
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Virtual reality lawsuit costs Facebook $500m

Facebook-owned virtual reality company Oculus has been ordered to pay out half a billion dollars to rival games company ZeniMax. The lawsuit between Oculus and ZeniMax centred on allegations ... Read More
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Is Trump’s immigration order legal?

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell may have offered the most prescient reaction to President Donald Trump’s executive order suspending refugee resettlement and blocking individuals from seven majority-Muslim nations from ... Read More

The Supreme Court published the Brexit Judgment

The Supreme Court of the United kingdom has issued an announcement to make publish its Judgment regarding the Article 50 and Brexit. Below is the Judgment as it was ... Read More

Trump faces lawsuit for violating Constitution two days after taking oath

An all-star team of lawyers, including two leading experts on presidential ethics and two of the most prominent constitutional scholars in the nation, will file a lawsuit on Monday ... Read More
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South Korea prosecutor seeks arrest of Samsung boss

Prosecutors are seeking a warrant to arrest Samsung Group’s Jay Y. Lee for allegations including bribery and embezzlement, a stunning turn for the scion of South Korea’s richest family ... Read More

Takata to plead guilty to criminal wrongdoing in defective airbags probe; to pay $1 billion

Takata Corp. is expected to plead guilty to criminal wrongdoing and pay $1 billion over its handling of defective airbags, the The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. The auto parts supplier ... Read More

Volkswagen confirms $4.3bn settlement; in addition it will plead guilty to criminal misconduct

Volkswagen has confirmed it has negotiated a $4.3bn (£3.5bn) draft settlement with US regulators to resolve its diesel emissions scandal. The German car giant said in addition to the ... Read More
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